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Bill Walton's ESPN '30 for 30' doc bursts with joy and color — like the aging hippie himself


One of the remarkable things about “The Luckiest Guy in the World” is how Bill Walton's infectious enthusiasm for basketball and the joys of life seems to have rubbed off on so many people. His four sons talk of how they feel closer than ever to their father, who has made up for all those years he spent traveling by being a constant presence in their lives. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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Bill Walton's ESPN '30 for 30' doc bursts with joy and color — like the aging hippie himself


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